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Every Thursday, a new episode of Living Planet brings you environment stories from around the world, digging deeper into topics that touch our lives every day. The prize-winning, weekly half-hour radio magazine and podcast is produced by Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster - visit dw.com/environment for more.

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Living Planet: Living Planet: Truth be told


Tensions mount over Vietnam's mass fish death, young Americans demand climate action, text messages help farmers reap better yields, and why climate change is making our food toxic.


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 2016-06-10  29m
 
 

Living Planet: Rising tensions over Vietnam's fish deaths


Vietnam's seafood industry has taken a hit after scores of dead fish started washing up along the country's coastline. Local fishermen say a nearby steel mill has polluted their fish stocks, and are demanding answers from the government.


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 2016-06-09  6m
 
 

Living Planet: US youth demand climate action


Although the United States famously refused to ratify the Kyoto protocol in 2001, the country has gradually begun to reconsider its attitude towards climate policy. Young American climate activists at the One Young World Environment Summit, meanwhile, are taking matters into their own hands.


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 2016-06-09  5m
 
 

Living Planet: EU wrangles over weed killer


On Monday (06.06.2016), an EU panel will try again to reach a long-awaited agreement on whether or not to reauthorize glyphosate - a controversial yet widely used agricultural chemical. Ahead of the panel meeting, DW reporter Dave Keating in Brussels explains what all the fuss is about.


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 2016-06-03  6m
 
 

Living Planet: Green cuisine


On Monday (06.06.2016), an EU panel will try to reach a long-awaited agreement on whether or not to reauthorize glyphosate - we find out why the decision has been so controversial. Plus, how reviving traditional cuisine offers delicious solutions to the problem of food waste in Chile and Greece. And we talk to one of New England's last lobstermen about a vanishing species - and way of life.


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 2016-06-03  29m
 
 

Living Planet: Living Planet: Green cuisine


Why the EU is divided over weed killer glyphosate, and how food that was headed for the trash is feeding the hungry in Chile and Greece. Plus, we report on New England's last lobstermen.


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 2016-06-03  29m
 
 

Living Planet: Waste not, want not


Every year a third of all the food we produce gets thrown out, while nearly 800 million people globally don't have enough to eat. But in Chile, a growing number of initiatives are showing that it's possible to provide those in need with delicious, nutritious meals from food that was headed for the trash.


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 2016-06-02  6m
 
 

Living Planet: High in the sky


We meet the pilot of the first solar-powered flight around the world, Norway faces an oil dilemma, and what's putting the world's most famous tourist sites at risk?


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 2016-05-27  29m
 
 

Living Planet: Living Planet: High in the sky


We meet the pilot of the first solar-powered flight around the world, Norway faces an oil dilemma, and what's putting the world's most famous tourist sites at risk?


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 2016-05-27  29m
 
 

Living Planet: Living Planet: Biodiversity - are we part of it, or a threat to it?


This week we visit wolves in Spain, an oasis in Tunisia, and Europe's last primeval lowland forest.


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 2016-05-20  29m